It’s never simple, even on our eleventh trip. It took us about 24 hours to make it to N’Djamena, the capital of Chad, from when we departed Los Angeles. We travel heavy, bringing all kinds of communications equipment, educational material, and sports stuff. After the ten hour flight to Europe, I was looking forward […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact -Susan Morgan, 617-797-0451 email@example.com CITIES NATIONWIDE – May 5, 2010 – Today Darfur advocates and Sudanese expatriates from around the country commended Congressman Frank Wolf for his bold call to President Obama for a change of course in dealing with Sudan. Twenty five regional groups representing 18 states have joined together […]
We have a days rest in Abeche before three of our team members move on to Guereda where Camp Kounoungo is located, and one, Eric, begins is several day journey back to Los Angeles. It doesn’t seem like a break. I feel more restless today then any other day since our arrival in Chad. There […]
As always, it’s quite an adventure just to make it even close to a camp. It is now June 14th here. We left Los Angeles on June 10th. We are closer to our first camp, but still a flight and a short drive away–two more days. It is really good to be traveling with our […]
This amazing family from Arizona couldn’t sit idly by and not do anything while food, water, and basic medical care is RIGHT NOW being stolen away from over 1 million people in refugee camps in Darfur. They grabbed the family pets, hopped in the car, and drove for 6 1/2 hours to take a stand […]
Fr. Vazken Movsesian speaks at an Emergency Rally for Darfur that was held in front of the Federal Building in Los Angeles on March 17, 2009.
The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet of Mount Saint Mary’s College came out to the Emergency Rally for Darfur in front of the Federal Building, Los Angeles.
Brian Steidle, author of “The Devil Came On Horseback” talks with Gabriel Stauring of Stop Genocide Now. Come join Brian Steidle, and many others today: EMERGENCY RALLY for Darfur TODAY – March 17, 4:00 – 7:00 pm Federal Building 11000 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA
It is our 5th night here at the Federal building in Los Angeles. After being frustrated and angry and doing a lot of venting, last Thursday we just grabbed a tent and came out here. We can at any time go home, so it’s not really taking a risk. It’s a bit uncomfortable, but shouldn’t […]
Here’s some pictures from the Federal Building in Los Angeles